Personal Orchestra For Reason

Garritan release Personal Orchestra Library as a downloadable Refill      31/10/07
Personal Orchestra For Reason


Garritan has announced that a special refill version of the Garritan Personal Orchestra instrument library is now available available for Propellerhead Reason. The library is a Reason Refill sample based instrument library for all versions of Propellerhead's Reason, including the new Reason 4.0.
The Garritan Personal Orchestra Refill is a lighter version of Garritan's flagship product that takes special advantage of the capabilities of Reason and integrates seamlessly with Propellerhead's NN-XT sample player. Garritan say that the Personal Orchestra Refill features high-quality orchestral instruments and is easy to use.
Reason 3 introduced the innovative Combinator which provides the ability to layer Reason instruments and effects in a semi-modular fashion, while also providing an unprecedented amount of real-time performance control. Garritan tell us that the Combinator is ideal for Personal Orchestra's unique approach to ensemble building whereby you can create orchestrations of any size - from small chamber groups to large symphony orchestras.
Garritan believe that the Personal Orchestra ReFill for Reason can give you the sounds you need whether you would like to reproduce classical compositions, to write grand movie scores, or to create different styles of with pop, rock, and electronic music.
Pricing and Availability:
Available for download. $79.95
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